Much like Gmail’s five year-long beta period, expect Google Glass to be a “work in progress” for some time.
While Google Glass may seem like a step towards a crazy science-fiction future, for some reason it lacks a fairly basic security feature: a lock screen.
If you were wondering if Google Glass survived a full shower, here’s some photographic proof.
While the majority of gadgets are assembled overseas, wearable computing gadget Google Glass will be manufactured within the U.S, according to a Financial Times report.
With Apple and Samsung reportedly working on next-generation smartwatches, it was only a matter of time until we heard that Google was joining the party as well.
Those who are waiting for the hotly anticipated Google Glass, the wearable computing gadget from Google, should start saving money for it now.
The latest marketing video for Project Glass, Google’s ambitious wearable display, finally shows off its awesome potential.
Sergey Brin may not be a famous actor or rock star, and he probably isn’t as recognizable as JayZ or Tom Cruise. Unless you’re a techie or an augmented reality enthusiast.
Google Glass and self-driving cars top our list of things we want to use soon.
Tech giant Microsoft is working on a set of augmented reality eyeglasses, according to a new patent application made public today.
During New York Fashion Week, acclaimed designer Diane von Furstenberg added a new accessory to her show: Google’s Project Glass. Today, she released her video made entirely out of Google Glass footage, showing what it’s like to be DVF during the craziest week of fashion in the U.S.
Google’s Project Glass might be the latest form of “walking in someone else’s shoes.” While it gives us a new way to see the world, it lets outsiders see the world through others’ eyes. What better week to see through someone else’s eyes than Fashion Week.
Just days after Google demoed wearable computing platform Project Glass by spectacularly skydiving from a blimp and biking and rappelling down a building, Olympus has hastily announced an “ultra-compact wearable display prototype.”
Google drew a massive response, both positive and negative, when it debuted its new Project Glass augmented reality glasses yesterday. This being the internet, it took less than 24 hours for some clever sod to cook up a parody video.